We’re always on the lookout for the best (and worst) dressed celebs. Today we’ve analysed these gorgeous ladies who were spotted at various red carpet events around the world.
Now here is someone who knows how to make a statement! We absolutely love the vintage look Priyanka has going here.
The powder pink Maya Krispin custom jumpsuit fits her like a glove and accentuates her tiny waist. And those sexy Christian Louboutin shoes and bag are droolworthy.
There’s no doubt that the actor is smoking hot, but that doesn’t mean she can dress like… well, like she’s wearing her grandfather’s clothes.
The baggy black pants, black shirt and black blazer are too loose and unstructured for someone as feminine as Sharon. We’re loving the wavy hair but give no plus points for the clothes or loafers.
The actor was spotted at Lee Daniels’ film premiere looking like a perfect picture of femininity. While the printed, backless dress is beautiful, we are wondering why she decided to go with barely any accessories.
The fashion mogul looked as well put-together as ever in her signature oversized glasses and statement necklace. She attended Lee Daniels’ The Butler premiere in New York with nude heels and a matching clutch as part of her accessories.
Attending the premiere of Planes, in which she voices the character of Dottie, Teri looked lovely with her short hair crimped. The gold and white shoulder bearing dress looks lovely, but we wish she had worn more accessories — a cuff or diamond bracelet perhaps. The metallic heels are, however, keepers.
The actor arrived at the premiere of Lovelace in Hollywood looking smouldering in her updo, kohl-rimmed eyes and nude lips which matched the retro vibe of her short, beaded halter dress. We’re not sure about the shoes and really wish she’d carried a metallic box clutch as well.
Published in The Express Tribune, August 7th, 2013.
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